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is the first city to get redbox tickets. for the forth year in a row, there's no baby boom. fewer babies were born this year. it's been a trend since the recession hit. prior to 2008, birth rates had risen steadily since the early 90s. however, since the economy tanked, baby births have declined. still to come, some surprise hits are helping bring audiences back to the box office. that's later in movies and money. but first, groupon's shares have dropped dramatically in value. we'll hear what some former employees have to say about that. paul eggers reports, next. lifelock is one of eight companies launching ipos this week. the identification company had an initial price tag of $9. it closed out its first trading day at $8.36. other companies going public this week include dave and buster's and luxfer holdings, to name a couple. it's the most companies going public in one week since july, with the wall street journal reporting the deals are expected to raise over a billion dollars. in less than one year, online coupon company groupon moved from massively hyped to a mostly forgotten $4 stock.
biglari says is not true. chicago and san antonio will be the first cities where vending machines will display calories on soda. coke, pepsi and dr. pepper are rolling out the new machines. it's a premptive move. proposed regulations could require all restaunrants and vending machines to post calorie information as early as next year. critics have been raising concerns about sugary drinks and fatty foods. still to come, how to be a go- getter in small business. a popular columnist tells us how to take the reigns on launching a start up. but first, following the money trail. who is spending billions to get their candidate elected? bill moller uncovers the shocking truth, next. ñçbÑ never look a howler monkey in the eye. we built the entire library out of recycled bottles. fried ants are delicious. really. that was a confidence builder. my students actually ended up teaching me. so i learned this dance, let me show you this dance. (foreign language) the classroom was more of a class-tent. you think managing a sales team is tough... try working with five different villages. my ala
of us at first business, have a great thursday! . >>> good morning, we are on the east bay, the disturbing discovery prompting an investigation. >>> a candidate for oakland city council experienced this problem first thing overnight. >>> a reporting of a large media or explosion in the roadway. >> the explanation of that bright large flash of light in the east what i last night. it is coming up on ktvu channel 2 morning news. >>> good morning. steve said it would cool down. >>> for the weekend, skies are clear, especially for some, it is still warm, 70s and 80s. here is sal. >>> good morning traffic is doing well around the bay area, right now we are still looking good, let's look at interstate 880 north and southbound, that traffic is moving relatively well. also 101 approaching the 880 split. 421, let's go back to the desk. >>> we are on the scene of breaking news, a body was found after a house fire. firefighters first responded around midnight where they found one victim. alex savage is there and police have set up an active crime scene, good morning alex. >> yes, the h
to catch fire from the house next door. "our first responders have been doing a heroic job protecting our city and saving lives. they're still conducting search and rescue missions, and we owe them an incredible debt of gratitude." on long island, huge trees fought to stand their saturated ground but could not compete with hurricane-force winds. "i said kiddingly to the president that 'we have a hundred-year storm every two years, now.' anyone who says there's not a dramatic change in weather patterns, i think, is denying reality." debris piled on top of cars as the storm's cost piled higher as well. the human cost continues to climb: more than three dozen killed, many by falling trees, and more than 8.2 million people without power. rising water threatened to flood pumps used to cool fuel rods at a nuclear power plant in new jersey. fluctuations in the power grid shut down more plants. "our best assessment is that the plant responded and that there was no need for emergency operations this time." more than 15,000 flights were cancelled by airlines. forecasting firm ihs global insight est
will be here with a preview of what he thinks will be an oscar contender! from all of us at first business, have a great wednesday! >>> we are following breaking news out of union city where firefighters are still on the scene of a huge fire at a strip mall. we will show you exclusive video of the scene and tell you what we have learned. >>> after months of drama ross mirkarimi will keep his job of sheriff. we'll tell you why they voted the way they did. >>> the announcement came two hours ago. prestigious award give to a scientist from the bay area. >>> showers by the coast and lightning strikes in the sky here tonight well this morning i should say. all coming up on the ktvu channel 2 morning nows. >>> good morning. thank you for joining us on this wednesday morning, october 10th i'm pam cook. steve paulson is here with the forecast. i saw a couple lights in the sky. lightning steve? >> yes that is correct. also yesterday near half-moon bay some areas did receive the showers. and also up into lake county some of that wrap around. today also along the san mateo coast highs today 60s and 7
for spain and others to get help is to first get assistance from other eurozone governments. 92 people have been arrested in a mass case of medicare fraud. fbi raids in 9 cities led to the arrest of doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals. the crimes scammed an estimated $432 million from medicare. a majority of the fraud took place in miami. other cities hit include chicago, detroit, baton rouge, l.a., new york, tampa, dallas, and houston. those arrested are being accused of false billing. "these alleged actions represent an alarming, and unacceptable, nationwide trend of individuals attempting to exploit federal healthcare programs and, collectively, to steal billions in taxpayer dollars for personal gain." that was attorney general eric holder. holder calls the fraud case one of the largest medicare fraud schemes ever. american airlines is addressing its flight problems. the airline said yesterday that it has inspected 48 boeing 757s in its fleet and is fixing loose seats on some of them. all of the planes are back in service. this week, rows of seats became loose on 3 flights
conservatory in new york city. paulson grew up in queens before graduating from harvard business school. still to come, why election season is having an effect on some travel prices. that's later on. but first, how to cool your spending on winter heating bills. that's next with bill moller. everybody knows, winter's a'comin', and no matter what part of the country you live in, there is always more you can do to winterize that home of yours. you do it of course to save energy, but more importantly, to lower your heating bills! but we're not going to be talking about the usual techniques right now. let's talk with lou manfredini. he's host of housesmarts tv. he's also the author of the "house smarts" book series. he has some rather uncommon, surprising, but cost-effective suggestions such as... what is this? rearranging the furniture? > > bill, it's the easiest thing to do that costs zero money whatsoever. when you think about our systems in our home, whether it's forced air or radiator heat, we put furniture over these vents, or we put an armoire up next to a radiator. and when we do so, it for
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